Jeremy Kyle has married his fiance Vicky Burton.

Jeremy Kyle

Jeremy Kyle

The 56-year-old TV star and Vicky, 38, have finally tied the knot - after previously being forced to postpone their wedding plans six times.

The loved-up duo got married at All Saints Church in Windsor, Berkshire, having rescheduled their wedding several times over recent years.

Jeremy has hailed Vicky for supporting him through "the worst couple of years" of his life, after his ITV show was axed by the broadcaster.

The presenter - whose show was cancelled following the death of a guest in 2019 - told The Sun: "Vick’s been my rock in my darkest times.

"So to see her today, having such fun enjoying the wedding of her dreams, was perfect.

"Thankfully, at what is our sixth attempt after all the COVID cancellations and postponements, we got to enjoy the big day we’d both longed for."

Earlier this year, Jeremy revealed he "couldn’t bring [himself] to leave the house" after losing his ITV show.

The TV star lost 'The Jeremy Kyle Show' in 2019, and Jeremy admitted to being "completely devastated" by the situation.

He said: "I used to think ‘get a grip’ when some celebrities talked about those sort of problems.

"But suddenly I realised first-hand you can’t always do that. I never thought they would affect me like they did.

"That was a shock - but I’ve always said, ‘If you have a problem, admit it, and then seek the proper help’. So that’s what I did."

Jeremy sought medical help for depression and anxiety after his show was axed.

The presenter - who was diagnosed with testicular cancer in 2012 - said: "I lost the show in America after two years, I got cancer, went through quite a public divorce, my mother passed away, and then I lost my job in the UK - all while still trying to be a good dad at home.

"So I accepted the help from the doctor, she was brilliant - she diagnosed me with an anxiety disorder and I’m not embarrassed or ashamed to say I accepted the treatment on offer.

"I needed it for those months. It got really bad, I’m not scared to admit that. It got me back up and out, and helped me start to rebuild things."

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